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. investigators looking into the possibility that assistant d.a. mark hasse was targeted because of a case he was working on. his boss says he may had been working on as many as 300 different cases. >>> the world of extreme sports taking a hard look at itself after the death of snowmobiler caleb moore. he was injured when his 450-pound snow mobile flipped on top of him at the winter x games last week. espn, which produces the x games is looking at the sport and will adopt appropriate changes at future x games. our hearts go out to his families. >>> novartis voluntarily recalling two dozen different types of triaminic and theraflu. the seals on the bolttles are nt child proof. four cases of accidental ingesti ingestion. the products involved have probably been used up. the last batch was distributed more than a year ago, but always with these recalls, please take a look in the medicine cabinet. >>> 18 minutes past the hour. time for early reads. local news making national headlines, we'll start with the l.a. times. a dramatic announcement. some say long overdue by the catholic church. cardinal
in a desperate attempt to track down the killer who shot and killed mark hasse. a kaufman county assistant district attorney gunned down in the courthouse parking lot yesterday morning. a friend tells cnn hasse feared for his life. he had begun carrying a gun in and out of work and going out a different exit every day because of his fear. drew griffin is "outfront" with the latest. >> reporter: there has been so little leads in this investigation, late this afternoon, the sheriff's department actually cancelled a press conference they were going to have because there's basically nothing to report. you can see the anguish on these law officers' faces. this morning when they had to come out and say, after 24 hours or so, there were no significant advances in finding who did this. part of the frustration is it happened in broad daylight, 9:00 a.m. in the morning, at a parking lot right across from a downtown court nauhouse in kauf texas. there were lots and lots of witnesses. but what the witnesses talk, according to police, varies so wildly that they don't even know the race of the perpetrat
. police say mark hasse was gunned down by one, or perhaps two, shooters. they said he was fearless. >> he ran across the baddest guys in this part of the world. >> reporter: prosecutor of 30 years, in dallas, before moving to nearby kaufmann county where he never backed down. >> there's no reason to believe that there wouldn't be someone out there that might have an ax to grind. >> reporter: a local attorney tells abc that he claimed that he was recently threatened and left the courthouse daily with his gun drawn. but a district attorney says that's not true. >> he would have let somebody know. >> reporter: he's making a pledge now to honor the man known for putting others away by not letting this one get away. mark greenblatt, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to mark tonight. >>> still much more "world news" ahead this tonight -- the new science, the reason why you lose memories while you sleep. >>> and praying for your super bowl pick. will it really make a difference? >> thank you, jesus. >> hey, everybody. >> jesus. >> new numbers out tonight, do americans really believe faith will h
a small army of investigators working seven days a week. police say mark hasse was gunned down by one, or perhaps two, shooters. right next to the courthouse. his boss told abc news that he was fearless in putting the worst bad guys behind bars. >> he ran across the baddest guys in this part of the world. >> reporter: prosecutor of 30 years, in dallas, before moving to nearby kaufman county where he never backed down. >> there's no reason to believe that there wouldn't be someone out there that might have an ax to grind, but certainly this carries it to an extreme. >> reporter: and only deepening the mystery, a local attorney tells abc that he claimed that he was recently threatened and left the courthouse daily with his gun drawn. but the district attorney says that's not true. >> if he was getting any kind of threat, he would let somebody know so we could do something about it. >> reporter: he's making a pledge now to honor the man known for putting others away by not letting this one get away. mark greenblatt, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to mark tonight. >>> and there's still
. >> kaufman county assistant district attorney mark hasse was shot multiple times in the parking lot a block from the courthouse. police are looking for one or possibly two suspects witnesses say were dressed in black. police say there was a very short confrontation between gunmen and haas just before the attack. county judge bruce wood. >> just an outstanding person individually, but he was also just a very well-known and very well-respected prosecutor for the district attorney's office. this is just a horrible situation, a horrible tragedy. >> reporter: the 57-year-old hasse had been a prosecutor in the county d.a.'s office for three years. he was earlier a prosecutor in dallas, where he worked on mob cases. investigators do not have a motive, but they described the shooting as a "targeted attack." >> certainly, we have the police, the front line people on the streets, but whenever it goes to murdering a prosecutor like this, that... that takes it to the next level. >> reporter: kaufman county district attorney mike mcclellan says hasse prosecuted hundreds of cases. what's the part about t
pelley. >> pelley: good evening. veteran prosecutor mark hasse was on his way to work this morning. he parked where he usually did for a short walk to the courthouse in kaufman county just southeast of dallas. witnesses say that masked men intercepted hasse and shot him to death. the motive is unknown, but investigators are looking at hasse's cases, which have included drug dealers and organized cr
who was murdered yesterday had been threatened recently and was carrying a gun wherever he went. mark hasse handled organized crime cases in dallas and kaufman counties. detectives are now poring over his files looking for leads. the u.s. embassy in ankara turkey, came under attack today. a suicide bomber blew himself up at a security checkpoint. a turkish security guard was also killed. the white house quickly called it a terrorist attack and holly williams is in the turkish capital tonight. >> reporter: the explosion rocked the quiet embassy district in turkey's capital. this shaky mobile phone footage shows the confusion in the immediate aftermath as bystanders rushed in to help the injured. the suicide bomber only got as far as the embassy's outside perimeter, stopped by turkish guards, he detonated his explosive device, killing himself and one of the guards. the blast was powerful enough to rip this heavy security door off its hinges and send debris flying, injuring several other embassy staff members. this woman, a turkish journalist, was seriously hurt. the american ambassador,
may help track down the killer of a texas assisted d.a. 57-year-old mark hasse was gunned down thursday near the kaufman county courthouse. his boss hopes to encourage someone to talk. investigators are pouring over his caseload, searching for clues to a possible motive. >>> new details about the missing american woman whose body was found yesterday in istanbul, turkey. police cesar rye sierra died of a blow to the head. the 33-year-old mother of two also had stab wounds. police are detaining at least nine people in connection with the case. sierra was reported missing after failing to board her flight home on january 22nd. >>> police in alabama want to end that hostage situation that martin just reported about quickly and peacefully to rescue that little boy. next, we'll talk with a man who knows how this is done. and later, we'll take you inside that bunker. a man who knows the suspect talks with cnn. ♪ alright, let's go. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] int
a courthouse in texas. his name is mark hasse, a prosecutor in kaufman county, 30 miles outside of dallas. killed, shot several times as he got out of his car in the courthouse parking lot yesterday. authorities are now pleading for leads. the fbi is on the case. his boss had a message for those responsible. >> i hope that the people who did this are watching. because we're very confident that we're going to find you, pull you out of whatever hole are you, bring you back and let the people of kaufman county prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. >> drew griffin is in kaufman county, texas for us this morning. tell us about the leads as narrow as they are in this case. >> reporter: they are going back into this guy's caseload. 30 years he'd been a prosecutor. knew the inherent risks. some cases he was working on recently and whether or not they could be tied to the aryan brotherhood, white supremacists. two members were sentenced -- excuse me, fled guiplead guilty houston, texas. that was a federal case, but the kaufman county attorney's office did aid in the case. he was shot dea
of an assistant district attorney near dallas. mark hasse was ambushed by a masked gunman, shot five times while walking into court. investigators believe he may have been targeted for investigating the aryan brotherhood. >>> we have a developing story south of the border. a massive explosion at the headquarters of mexico's state-run oil agency in mexico city. 25 people were killed. more than 100 injured. more could be buried in the rubble. no word on what caused the explosion. >>> today is secretary of state hillary clinton's final day in office. but she's not leaving without issuing a warning. clinton says that iran is getting more involved in syria's civil war. so much so that a wider conflict involving israel is becoming more likely. and just this morning, israeli warplanes reportedly flew over lebanon two days after attacking targets inside syria. >>> and finally, big news considering super bowl weekend is always one of top weekends for the consumption of beer. the government is suing to keep the owner of anheuser-busch from buying the company that makes corona. budweiser is the number one
. >>> earlier, we showed you the wrong picture of dallas area prosecutor mark hasse. this is the right picture. he was gunned down in broad day light. a close friend says he feared for his life but didn't say why he felt threatened. donors have raise d almost $65,000 to help capture the killer or killers. >>> stock market crossed a major milestone, closing above 14,000 for the first time since 2007. that winning streak extended across wall street, in fact. s&p as well as the nasdaq also ended the week in the green. >>> a huge stash, hundreds of never-before-seen pictures of the beatles has been discovered. take a look. here is the fab four, meeting with their guru. and the others are behind-the-scenes pictures from when the band was shooting the film "help" in the bahamas. he recently found the negatives for the pictures and decided to publish them. >>> with the boy scouts considering lifting its ban on gay scout leaders, people on both sides of the debate are speaking up. one parent says a change in the
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